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Notes on the Geography of Brazil: Salvador: Photo 2

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Same slope, but looking back down. A lot of money has gone into restoring these buildings: that's what happens when UNESCO puts you on its World Heritage list. (Salvador made the list in 1985.) Despite what you probably think, the paving is smooth enough that you won't trip. Stone settles pretty well after three or four centuries.

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